Shelley A. Kinsella Selected to Serve on the Delaware Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors

Firm News

June 2, 2015

WILMINGTON, DE – Elliott Greenleaf’s, Shelley A. Kinsella, has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Delaware Symphony Orchestra. The Delaware Symphony Orchestra is based in Wilmington, Delaware and was founded in 1929. The orchestra performs for 55,000 people annually, typically in the Grand Opera House.

Shelley A. Kinsella is the Managing Shareholder of the firm’s Delaware office and the first firm member to be appointed to the Delaware Symphony Orchestra’s Board of Directors. She practices in the area of corporate restructuring, employment law, and commercial litigation. Ms. Kinsella is a fellow in the American Bar Foundation, which is limited to less than one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction. She is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Delaware Bankruptcy Inns of Court, the Rodney Inns of Court, and the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation. She is also a member, along with the firm, of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association Law Firm Affiliate Network (FAN).

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